a reply to: alldaylong
Let's see, our country has collapsed politically has it?
Then how is it that seventy two percent of the eligible electorate came out to vote, when last they had the opportunity to make their voices heard? I
would say that the general election which saw this current Conservative mob elected was FAR more of an indicator of a collapsed politics. What has
been collapsing our politics in this country since Labour became Tory Lite, is a lack of representation for the working poor, the grassroots left, and
an abundance of pandering on both sides of the house to big business, something the EU government are also very bad with.
Economically and monetarily? I say again, has it?
We have been doing more trade in my small business since the vote, than we have had for some considerable time. That's not just my business either,
but everyone in this street, every business in this whole town has had more footfall since the vote, and pulled in more money. Where are the collapses
here? Our currency might not be at the highest ebb right now, but the markets can take a big old suck on a railroad spike. The banksters and
speculators are half of what's wrong with our economy, and the government are the other half. These things will be fixed, if the people get their say
And constitutionally? Give me a break!
This Dutch fellow clearly has no concept of history, despite probably being an old fart. Allow me to educate the poor chap. You see, our membership
of the EU was illegal from its beginnings, because we, the British people, were only ever offered a choice in the matter AFTER we joined. The
documents which, when combined, make up our constitutional arrangements, specifically state that no foreign power may be wielded over this nation,
unless the people acquiesce to that circumstance by way of a vote. We never got the chance. We got a crappy referendum, campaigning for which was
uniformly disgraceful at the time, and during which time, no one knew what the bloody hell was really going on, because everyone was lying through
their teeth about the real intent behind the EU.
It was sold to us, miss sold to us, under the guise of an economic partnership, but the intention was always the creation of a border less, seamless,
giant nation, with its own military, and in which those who lived within its borders had no identity bar their European status, respecting not their
own nations borders, and probably coming to agreement on a single bloody language as well for all anyone knew at the time.
Therefore, the vote coming out as it did in favour of leaving the EU, is probably the first time our constitutional solidarity has been connected
with by our nations people since the blasted documents were first signed! This is our constitutional power made manifest, not a collapse of it!
In short, that Dutch fellow can take a long walk of a short pier. Clueless swine. Thanks for bringing this dross to our attention alldaylong!
Remaining vigilant in the face of such overt propaganda is crucial, lest the noise drown our our signal!